Judging panel for SEBTA 2016 competition announced
Beauty equipment supplier Carlton Professional has announced the judging panel for the Student Electrotherapy Beauty Therapist Award (SEBTA).
The panel includes experts Anita Crosland, senior education manager at City & Guilds; Elaine Stoddart, specialist in electrolysis and expert advisor for BABTAC; and Angela Moulding, chairman of the judges and the Carlton Group’s trainer.
Now in its tenth year, SEBTA offers students, colleges and lecturers the opportunity to celebrate excellence in electrotherapy in the beauty industry. The competition is open to all Level 3 students or above and the final will be held in June.
“Judging SEBTA is an opportunity for me to see student beauty therapists in action and evaluate their skills and expertise which have been fostered during their time at college,” said Crosland.
The competition is not exclusive to colleges using Carlton Professional equipment.